You can't visit Athens without seeing the Parthenon. Not only is it considered "the most important surviving building of Classical Greece," it's also a breathtaking architectural treasure, dating back to the 5th Century BC. The Parthenon was originally built as a temple to the Greek Goddess Athena. How the Ancient Greeks were able to build a temple of this scale -- it's 65 feet high with a colonnade of 46 perfectly proportioned columns -- is beyond me. The fact that they built it atop the Acropolis, a flat-topped rock rising 490-feet above sea level, is nothing short of amazing. I'm told the whole thing was built in 15 years. Who knows, perhaps if the Architect-in-Residence at Casa del Bozo takes a page from their book, she can clean up the mess she's created in less time than that ...!